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Posted on: October 2, 2020

Four Offices Currently in Government Center to Move to Justice Center Oct. 12

Residents who have visited the Wright County Government Center recently have seen signage in the lobby, outside of Court Administration and on the Fourth Floor of the Annex that four offices currently located in the Government Center – Court Administration, Court Services, Attorney and Law Library – will be moving into the new Wright County Justice Center on Braddock Avenue adjacent to the Wright County Jail on Monday, Oct. 12. There will be a transitional period of moving into the new facility and most hearings and meetings are still being conducted virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All of the offices will remain open during the transition, but, as of Oct. 12, none of them will be located in the Government Center.

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